In Vietnam, hotel rooms are the most frequent holiday accommodation type. Additionally, the median size of hotel rooms in Vietnam is 38 m², with an average price of $58 a night. Furthermore, most hotel rooms in Vietnam can welcome 4 people, which makes Vietnam an ideal holiday spot for medium-sized groups and families. If you would prefer to compare a different accommodation type, you could check apartment rentals, which are the second most typical property type in Vietnam. These properties cost $91 per night, on average, and have an average size of 65 m².
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Popular holiday rental amenities in Vietnam
Listed above are the most frequently used filters in Vietnam and the number of holiday rentals that have the corresponding amenity. HomeToGo's data reveals that internet and TVs are the most frequently offered amenities in Vietnam. Begin your holiday planning in advance if you dislike handwashing dishes or you love sweating the stress away in saunas. There are just 1,335 properties listed including dishwashers and 2,928 properties including saunas.
Traditional culinary experiences in Vietnam
Street food in the country's cities is delicious and abundant. As you stroll between the sights and go shopping, you'll have no trouble finding somewhere to fill up. Pho is one of the most recognisable dishes you'll find, and usually consists of beef or chicken with noodles in a tasty broth. There are a number of regional varieties, with fish popular in the south. Market stalls selling smaller snacks are also always worth checking out.
International cuisine is just as popular as street food. In Ho Chi Minh City in particular, you'll find the French colonial influence in many restaurants, with a heavy emphasis on beef dishes with onion and garlic. Fine dining in the cities is also easily found, with sophisticated eateries incorporating roof terraces, cigar bars, and live music to create an alluring ambience.
Getting to know the culture of Vietnam
The Vietnamese Women's Museum and Fine Arts Museum are two intriguing finds in Hanoi. The One-Pillar Pagoda is one of the country's most iconic temples, and is also located in Hanoi. Outside of the city is another famous landmark, the Perfume Temple, nestled in the Huong Tich Mountains and offering magnificent views.
In Ho Chi Minh City, the Reunification Palace tells the story of the country's transformation in the 1960s. The Museum of Vietnamese History is also well worth a visit. The city is particularly diverse, not least in its religious institutions, which include Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Mosque. Other locations, such as the city of Da Nang, feature amazing sights like the Marble Mountains just beyond the city limits, and ancient treasures in the Cham Museum.
Destinations to visit in Vietnam
Apart from the big cities, the beach and countryside are well worth visiting. The Central Coast region winds along the length of the country and offers miles of stunning beaches and charming towns like Hoi An. This colourful destination has a fascinating Old Town, while its Japanese pagoda on a bridge is a reminder of another story of occupation in Vietnam.
The Central Highlands are more inland, bordering Laos and featuring many traditional settlements. At Buon Ma Thuot, you can visit the Highlands region's biggest lake, go elephant riding, and check out the Ethnographic Museum, in order to learn more about the different groups living in the area.
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